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Feb 24, 2013 9:00pm PST
will think a two-year u.s. treasury is .37%, incredibly low. investors receive .37% for investing two years out. they go out 10 years it's 2%. three years it's 3%. you're going to stay within that, say, 7-year window. even though the credit will be a little weaker, you'll pay a little more, you'll be so short along that yield curve that you will still have a fairly low cost of borrowing, say 2-1/2, 3-1/2%, somewhere in there. >> thanks. >> okay. that is the introduction and that's the overview. the follow-up slides are drill down into a little bit of detail. i'm going to pull up some salient features from these not to be repetitive [speaker not understood]. page 3 is on the 2013 revenue bonds as noted the amount is approximately 150 million. it's a continuation of your existing program, follow-up to the 2012 revenue bonds. the maturity will be 30 years just as your 2012 were. it will be fixed rate. you'll have the ability to call these bonds in 10 years if conditions improve or if you need to restructure. * 2012 bonds the all-in borrowing costs are very low. borrowing and borrowing environ
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